Sytrin Nextherm ICS 8200

Written by Randy Torio    Saturday, 11 June 2005 11:00
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We have reviewed many cases here at InsaneTek.  For the most part, all have been very functional as quality cases.  While we try to remain as impartial to looks as possible, there still exists a small part of us that leans toward a particular look.  The majority of us here at InsaneTek prefer the clean and sleek look, similar to what you would see from companies such as Lian-Li, BeanTech, and Cooler Master ATC.  When I initially heard about Sytrin's case from John, I immediately thought it would have an alien faceplate with a tricked out LCD screen.  I thought my fraternity buddies would walk into my house, look at me weird, and then whisper a joke into each other's ears.  Then I would cry... but in a manly way.  However, once I received the package and saw the picture of the Nextherm case on the box, I was eager to review a case that satisfied my preferences.

Sytrin's Nextherm case looks to be a diamond in the rough because of its combination of appealing looks and extreme functionality.  A while ago, John reviewed an air conditioner unit that worked extremely well in lowering temperatures, but was lacking in terms of looks and convenience.  Sytrin saw the potential for this technology and incorporated its use into the design of their Nextherm case.  The result looks to be a case that has InsaneTek very excited.  Let’s just hope its looks can match its performance and functionality.